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Episode 117: Brands Branching Out

What’s in Episode 117?

We expand our horizons by talking about brands branching out from their core business or philosophy by launching unexpected products, services or media efforts—and discuss if that’s ever a good idea.

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Which idea from this infographic of 18 different weird products do you think is the best, or the worst?

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